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ELP Used To Help Improve Workplace English of Staff

CAL>Isuzu employs 76 staff; some required to do specialist work to keep the big rigs on the road. Workplace English skills are an important part of the role.

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Truck Profile: 2018 Isuzu NLR250 Service Truck

A user-friendly workhorse that is easy to jump in and drive.

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Top NZ Isuzu Truck Dealers Honoured

Top Isuzu Truck and Holden dealers from New Zealand were among 116 agents from 13 markets recently named GM International (GMI) Grandmasters.

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INZ Announces Winners of Japan Trip Promotion

CAL>Isuzu won 2 out of 3 trips up for grabs for the Win a Trip to Japan Completion.

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Robbie Linehauls

Two Robbie Linehauls Trucks Clock 1 Million Kilometres

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Kurt Brown tops Isuzu Truck Technicians Guild Examination – again!

Congratulations to Kurt Brown, who for the second year running, has one the top prize for the Isuzu Truck Technicians Guild for 2017.

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Isuzu NLR250S

Light Heavyweight Isuzu NLR 250S

Isuzu teams up with Service Bodies Australia and Palfinger to create a quick-to-build lightweight urban workhorse – and all on a car licence.

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Isuzu Trucks

Isuzu truck dealers named GM International Grandmasters

Eight Kiwi Holden and Isuzu Truck dealers are among the 116 dealers from 13 markets recently named GM International Grandmasters in New York City.

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New East Tamaki Service Centre

CAL Isuzu opens new East Tamaki satellite service centre

The growing footprint of new Isuzu trucks on the roads, combined with customer demand for greater fleet service and repairs, has seen CAL Isuzu open a new satellite service centre in East Tamaki

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1000 Isuzu Trucks Sold

TR Group celebrate milestone with CAL>Isuzu

CAL>Isuzu and Isuzu NZ were delighted to celebrate with TR Group their achievement of reaching the fantastic milestone of having 1,000 Isuzu trucks in their fleet.

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